If you pride yourself on giving thoughtful hostess gifts, this napkin with the host's family name on it should be at the top of your shopping list.
Kids want candy for Easter, but moms want bath bombs — preferably full of moisturizing oils and muscle soothing salts like this festive pick.
These candles burn for up to 90 hours, so your gift recipient can use hers to celebrate Easter for years to come.
This blush pink carafe adds a touch of femininity to anyone's tablescape.
The next time you're in dire need of a last-minute gift, buy and print this art at home, then pick up a frame on your way to the party.
A professional-grade white truffle oil is the perfect gift to dress up salad, pasta, or homemade pizza.
Give your hostess a watering can just as stunning as her fiddle leaf fig tree.
An aesthetically pleasing hand soap with a clean scent adds a little something special to your hostess's guest bathroom.
Sweet striped vases in balancing hues make for the prettiest display of single blooms.
$32 for 4
These sturdy coasters combine function with beauty. Which is the combination for the ultimate gift, no?
Would you believe that these springy planters get their color from Sharpie markers? Nail polish remover creates that dreamy blurred effect.
What you'll need: colorful Sharpie markers ($6 for 12, ), nail polish remover ($5 per bottle, )
Make bathtime a bit more egg-citing with these fragrant herbal bath bombs.
What you'll need: plastic eggs ($15 for 24, ), dried rose buds and lavender ($19 per jar, )
A chrome face planter displays spring houseplants with funky and fresh flair.
Gift this springtime coloring book with a set of pastel pens. After all, merging a creative present with stress-relief is kind of genius.
New baby in the family? Give the party's littlest attendee a sweet print that's perfectly gender neutral. Baby's parents will love it just as much.
If you're going the DIY route, these carrot goody boxes tied with soft green ribbon could pass as Easter decor — although we're sure the prize inside makes opening them more than worth it.
What you'll need: orange cardstock ($15 for 50 pieces, )
It isn't Easter without at least one chocolate option. This pastel bark, topped with everyone's favorite chocolate eggs, looks too pretty to eat. Almost.
Break out the embroidery hoop for these cute gift bags. Fill with dainty jewelry, jelly beans, or a sweet note — that part is up to you.
What you'll need: twine ($6, )
Okay, okay, so we know what we said about Easter baskets — but an "adult" basket that includes a favorite candle, gourmet chocolate, and a fruity rosé? We're on board with that.
Make your chef the cutest kitchen linens that commemorate the holiday. The striped bunny's pom-pom tail adds an adorable touch.
What you'll need: gray towels ($20 for 6, ), white pom poms ($3 for 40, )